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December 29, 1989 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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Our
Instructor

Their
Instructor






B.S., retail management
varsity cheerleader
five years of aerobics classes
loves to dance

If you're looking for an exercise program, the choice
is clear. Many so-called health clubs employ instructors
whose only qualifications are a trim body and a talent
for exercising.

But at the Wellness Program, a new program
sponsored by Sinai Hospital and the Jewish
Community Center, all exercise is supervised by trained
staff from Sinai's Center for Cardiovascular Health.

2-F

Lauren Vander, exercise physiologist







B.B.A., University of Michigan, business administration
MS., University of Michigan, exercise physiology
certified by the American College of Sports Medicine
trained in Basic Cardiac Life Support
nine years' experience in Sinai Hospital's Center for
Cardiovascular Health

equipment reserved exclusively for Wellness Program
members. There are classes in aerobics and activities.
Whatever form of exercise you choose, you'll be
monitored by Sinai health professionals, so you never
have to worry whether you're doing too much or too
little.

Your Wellness Program membership fee of only $99
includes a Cardiac Fitness Profile—a battery of health
tests followed by a personalized exercise prescription.
Personalized nutrition and diet counseling and smoking
cessation classes are available for a small additional fee.
And that's just the beginning of the list of activities
provided through the Wellness Program.

For more information, or to join, call the Jewish
Community Center's Physical Education Department at
661-1000.

The Wellness Program's $36 monthly fee* entitles you
to use the Jewish Community Center's pool and track
as well as a sophisticated array of exercise

THIS IS SINAI.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1989

* discount for Jewish Community Center members

USING ALL WE KNOW TO MAKE YOU WELL.

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